On Wednesday, Patrick Mahomes and his fellow Kansas City Chiefs celebrated their most recent Super Bowl victory. The team members enjoyed beer and confetti as they celebrated in their own unique style.
Last week, Mahomes and his friends had an enthusiastic celebration. The two-time Super Bowl MVP was caught unintentionally giving the Vince Lombardi Trophy to a fan before leaving. Fortunately, it was later revealed that the trophy was a replica. This gesture received admiration from Tom Brady, who indulged in avocado tequila during the Tampa Bay Buccaneers' Super Bowl celebration in 2021.
This man Patrick mahomes was so wasted bro gave the fan the Super Bowl trophy 😭💀 pic.twitter.com/w5bms5Ju78
— Shannonnn sharpes Burner (PARODY Account) (@shannonsharpeee) February 16, 2023
Nonetheless, the conduct was not welcomed by all Chiefs supporters.
Several letters to the editor were published in the Kansas City Star on Sunday, with fans voicing their disappointment about the alcohol-fueled revelry. In one letter, a writer indicated that Andy Reid should have prevented such behavior.
"The main reason is that a drinking Chief is not a good role model for young fans who are there to see their heroes. Second, even the adult fans don’t want to see drunken players at this important celebration. Third, tragic things happen when drinking is involved," the person wrote, according to Fox News.
"Some Chiefs even bragged through social media about how drunk they were afterward. I am ashamed that players I cheered for could barely walk after they got off the bus. No doubt this spectacle made the news in other cities."
Chiefs Rookie DB Jaylen Watson Was The Parade MVP - Got So Drunk He Was Put In A Wheel Chair To Get Home https://t.co/hDq5CP8PuK pic.twitter.com/N1iBRlWQ4m
— Barstool Sports (@barstoolsports) February 16, 2023
"Next time there’s a victory parade, please imbibe your alcohol privately and discreetly. Impressionable young people deserve better role models than what you’ve displayed twice."
In a different matter, a fan of the Chiefs expressed their objection to the tomahawk chop. A Native American activist also criticized the organization for this tradition in an op-ed that was released just before kickoff.
"I was super embarrassed for my city and the Chiefs organization when announcer Mitch Holthus stood onstage with the players and insisted that everyone join in the ‘Arrowhead chop’ to cap off the celebration," the person wrote.
"The Chiefs should be making every effort to protect its awesome brand by getting rid of the chop. Instead, all appearances Wednesday were that they still actively encourage it."
It is evident that the Chiefs cannot please everyone, and there may be further opportunities for grievances as Kansas City has a stacked lineup for potential future championship victories.
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